‘Inverse Ratios: Julie Ewington on the NGV Triennial’, The Monthly, March
‘The Five Elements: Julie Ewington on the 21st Biennale of Sydney, The Monthly, May
'Art Turns. World Turns' The first months at MACAN, Art Monthly, May
Kirsten Coelho, Tim Edwards, 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art
‘Five Elements: An Abbreviated Account of Installation Art in Southeast Asia’, in (editors Patrick D. Flores and Kajiya Kenji), Shaping the History of Art in Southeast Asia, The Japan Foundation|Asia Center, Tokyo, pp.35-9. (Originally published 1995)
‘The Apotheosis of Dirt’, (essay) in (edited Rebecca Coates) 2017 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award, SAM (Shepparton Art Museum), VIC.
’The Value of Maturity: Anne Ferran, Judith Wright, Lindy Lee’, in (edited Jacqueline Millner and Catriona Moore) Feminist Perspectives on Art: Contemporary Outakes, Routlege, London and New York, pp. 24-37
‘Unfinished feminism, unceasing activism: Australian art over five decades’, in (editors Max Delany & Annika Kristensen, Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism, ACCA, Melbourne, pp. 22-9
‘Tim Silver: 1000 Songs Everyone Must Hear Before They Die’, in Tim Silver: Talking to the Shadows, McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery, Langwarrin, VIC.
The Sculpture of Bronwyn Oliver (exhibition brochure), TarraWarra Museum of Art, Healesville, VIC.
REVEALED3 : SOMEONE'S AND EVERYONE’S, Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia
Nell: The Wake, STATION Gallery, Melbourne 2016.
Luise Guest Half the sky: Conversations with Women Artists in China, Piper Press, Sydney, 2016
‘Making a spectacle of himself: Mike Parr’s political performances', in Mike Parr: Language and Chaos, NGA
‘Beauty and darkness in suburbia: Yvonne Todd’; Balanced dualities: Sangeeta Sandrasegar’, and ‘Love and harmony: Nell’, ‘In (editor Antonia Syme), Many Hands: The First 40 Years of the Australian Tapestry Workshop, Australian Tapestry Workshop, Melbourne, pp.44-7, 52-5 and 60-63
‘Robert Gober’s The Heart is not a Metaphor’, Art Monthly Australia, Issue 279, May
‘Made in Oz: Julie Ewington on Pop to Popism at the Art Gallery of New South Wales’, The Monthly, February
‘All the World’s Futures: Julie Ewington on the 56th Venice Biennale’, The Monthly, July
‘A Theatre of mixed means’, (originally published 1988) in (editors) Glenn Barkley and Lesley Harding, Aleks Denko: My Fellow Aus-Tra-Aliens, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, and Heide Museum of Art, Victoria, p.73
‘Still: Kirsten Coelho’s ceramics’ in Kevin Murray (ed.) Garland, Issue no 1, Dec. 2015,
‘Duchamp returns: Marcel Duchamp: La Peinture, même’, eyeline, number 83, p.80
‘Notes from the North’, Art Monthly, no. 276, Summer 2014/15, pp.38-41
‘Lee MIngwei: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo’, Art Forum, vol. 53, no. 4, Dec. 2014, p. 326
Del Kathryn Barton, Piper Press, Sydney
Lead essay, Contemporary Australia: Women, QAGOMA, 2012
Brought To Light II: Contemporary Australian Art 1966 -2006,(eds.) Lynne Seear and Julie Ewington, QAG, Brisbane, pp.72-77, 268-75 and 440-45
‘Andy Down Under: Warhol in Australia' in Andy Warhol, Queensland Art Gallery and The Andy Warhol Museum
Fiona Hall, Piper Press, Sydney
‘Susan Norrie: Inquisition’ in Jason Smith, Jason and Charles Green, (curators) Fieldwork, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2002, pp.138-43
‘Northern journey: Conrad Martens in early Queensland (videorecording, with John Steele, John; Janet Hogan, Janet; Rod Fensham), Queensland art Gallery, Brisbane 2001, 28 min.
‘Wide (true) blue yonder: Recent jewellery by Margaret West’, Object, no.1, 2000, pp.28-31
'In the Wild: Nature, Culture and Gender in Installation Art,' (ed.) Catriona Moore, Dissonance, Allen and Unwin